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6 ft. x 9 ft. Poly Backed Drop cloth

  • Prevents paint from leaking through onto flooring beneath
  • Gives complete spill protection
  • 4-side double stitched seams for long lasting durability
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Product Overview

The Everbilt 6 ft. x 9 ft. Poly Backed Drop Cloth is specially designed to protect your carpets, floors, and furniture. This 2-layered cloth with special poly film coating ensures superior absorbency of paint to avoid spills and splatter. It features four-sided stitching to ensure lasting durability. With its plastic backing, this cloth offers superior leak protection and resists slips.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Drop Cloth Length (ft.)
6
Drop Cloth Width (ft.)
9
Product Depth (in.)
2.75 in
Product Height (in.)
9.00 in
Product Length (in.)
9.00 in
Product Thickness (in.)
2.75 in
Product Width (in.)
10.50 in

Details

Color Family
Grays
Drop Cloth Material
Plastic
Features
Slip Resistant Surface
Kit
No
Package Quantity
1
Paint Tool Product Type
Tarps, Drop Cloths and Plastic Sheeting
Product Type
Drop Cloths
Product Weight (lb.)
2.4 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Questions & Answers

2Questions7Answers

hey all. does anyone know the weight of this? 6oz? 8oz? maybe im reading too fast, but cant seem ...

Asked by tina August 4, 2020
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Answers

Specs say it’s 2.4 lbs.

Is this machine washable?

Asked by Cindy May 4, 2020
4
Answers

I do not think it would if you cared about the poly coating on the back. A non coated drop cloth would be a better choice if washing was needed.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 46 reviews
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Stops drops
The canvass part is extremely thin, but I figured that the poly backing would surely keep paint drops from leaking thru. In the attached picture you can see drops on the underside of the canvas, but they did not penetrate the poly backing. There is nothing as useless as a drop cloth that leaks. This one did not.
by Chris
The Everbilt Poly Dropcloth is what you need when doing any type of indoor paint work. Don't pur...
The Everbilt Poly Dropcloth is what you need when doing any type of indoor paint work. Don't purchase the lower priced canvas drop clothes thinking you will be able to protect your wood floors, rugs or furniture. Ask me how I know. Long ago I had a project that had 1 or 2 large drops bleed through what was heavy duty canvas drop cloth and even if it initially stops the paint from working through it will eventually come through the other side. The poly is a simple coating on the material and is enough to avoid any surprises. A very nice product for home owners painting.
by m491
This is a great drop cloth that prevents spills or drips from leaking through and damaging a floo...
This is a great drop cloth that prevents spills or drips from leaking through and damaging a floor, carpet, or furniture. This is a high quality, medium weight canvas drop cloth that has a thin clear plastic backing. It provides the convenience of a canvas drop cloth with the protection of plastic sheeting. The 6 x 9 size is nice and large and covers plenty of floor space. The drop cloth is good quality and well stitched. I find canvas drop cloths to be much easier to use with most of my small projects than plastic or rosin paper, and also much quicker to set up and put away. Having the plastic backing makes this perfect for me, as it will help block paint if I spill or have drips. Even with the plastic backing, this drop cloth is easy to fold up--it isn't bulky or too thick when folded.
by L111
While getting ready to paint the entire downstairs of our house I discovered my supply of drop cl...
While getting ready to paint the entire downstairs of our house I discovered my supply of drop cloths and protective sheets to be greatly diminished (as in loaned to my kids and neighbors but never returned) so some new ones were in order. I long ago gave up on using the thin plastic economy ones as they are really flimsy and not very reusable. Everbilt Poly Backed Drop Cloths fit the bill so I ordered a couple. In my opinion this is a medium to light duty poly canvas fabric drop cloth. It is made of light weight loose weave poly backed unbleached cotton(??) fabric that drapes well and should last for many uses with moderate care. It is definitely not as robust as the commercial duty ones I still have but these are much lighter and therefore easier to use. The fabric is fused to a clear thin layer of plastic making it water and paint proof as well as moderately sturdy. These work well for my needs.
by guidovee
I’ve done a lot of painting over the years and I’m quick to recognize drop clothes that work and ...
I’ve done a lot of painting over the years and I’m quick to recognize drop clothes that work and ones that do not. My impression of this drop cloth is favorable. My observations: • Because this is poly backed, paint and stain will not get through into your flooring. Let me be clear, I’m talking about normal dripping. With normal dripping the absorption was excellent. I did not test accidentally dumping a gallon of paint on it, but I would give it a good shot of absorbing it if you were quick to react to the situation. • I noticed when standing on it that I did not slip. It pretty much stayed in place mostly because of the poly backing. I like that very much. • Depending on how much you use this I anticipate using it for years. • The stitching was good throughout. For a canvas drop-cloth I feel the company put some time into this product to ensure the quality was solid. I found this to be a high quality canvas. Again, the poly backing is important and this has it. That will stop any normal dripping from bleeding through the material into your carpet etc. I recommend.
by MiketheChiefsman
I have been painting for a living for several years,now retired, and there are some "wisdoms" to ...
I have been painting for a living for several years,now retired, and there are some "wisdoms" to share that can make a sometimes messy job a LOT easier. Cheap tools will almost always make the job harder. I have tried to skimp, it won't work. This drop cloth may cost a little bit more money, but is SOOOO worth it. The real secret is the poly backing. ANY drop will catch a splatter. Even an old bedsheets, the junky plastics are retched!! What makes this drop the cream of the crop is the poly backing. Paint will fall onto the drop, spread out a tad, dry, but will be trapped and not transfer THROUGH the canvas and then onto what ever you are trying to protect.
by Bign
This is a really nice drop cloth. Very durable with a slip resistant plastic layer. I decided I w...
This is a really nice drop cloth. Very durable with a slip resistant plastic layer. I decided I wanted something better for use under some furniture I am getting ready to paint. Making sure nothing leaks onto the floor area. Everbilt is the perfect product. Product top layer is made of canvas material and back side has a plastic layer. Upon opening the sealed package, I tested it out with some water. Nothing leaks through. There is a funky smell to the material, but not a problem because of it's intended use. The drop cloth is also reusable.
by 214Lynda
This is a very functional well made drop cloth. I feel it will hold up over time for multiple jo...
This is a very functional well made drop cloth. I feel it will hold up over time for multiple jobs. It has good weight to it which should keep it in place without being heavy to store. I like the plastic under coating which protects the floor and I like the absorbent cloth top. Paint drops on the cloth will be absorbed so they don't roll off when you remove the cloth and the plastic makes sure nothing goes through. I'm very pleased with this drop cloth. It's superior and it folds up nicely for storage.
by maggieb
No more drop cloths that shift underfoot and trip you as you work. No more curling, rumpled edges...
No more drop cloths that shift underfoot and trip you as you work. No more curling, rumpled edges where it's most important to keep the floor covered as you paint or stain. Everbilt has come up with a drop cloth that serves in every way you want for a drop cloth, including a long life. The durable canvas is backed with a poly coating to let it survive really rough wear: ladder legs, boot scrapes, and dirt created during demolition projects. When you're done working, just pick up the corners and roll the mess up for easy cleanup outside. I'll have this one for a long time. Perfect size for the utility room where we're temporarily working on small home projects.
by Laine
Poly Back prevents paint leak through, but fabric quality of this drop cloth is low and it smells...
Poly Back prevents paint leak through, but fabric quality of this drop cloth is low and it smells. When I first opened the package containing the Everbilt drop cloth I immediately noticed it has a strong odor. Sort of a cross between bad BO and a chemical factory. I hung the cloth outdoors for several days before the smell dissipated enough to bring it indoors. The next thing you’ll notice is that the fabric of this cloth is very low quality. Closer to burlap than canvas. Performance wise I was very impressed. I tested the leak protection the Everbilt provides against my standard canvas drop cloth, by putting a single drop of paint on each (see photo). The Everbilt poly backed cloth prevented the paint from reaching the opposite side. In contrast the regular canvas cloth leaked through in less than 3 minutes. The plastic backing prevents the paint from penetrating. Surprisingly the plastic also does a good job of keeping the drop cloth in place on the floor. I thought it would make it slip on the hardwood floor, but I found the opposite the case. Price wise poly backed cloths are typically more expensive. But this Everbilt is cheaper than most. With the 6x9 ft size coming in at just $18 (at the time of this review). Making it a very economical choice. Still the fabric quality and stinky smell held it back and forced me to downgrade it.
by diymark
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